Programs

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Girls Team


Paragon Gymnastics is known nationwide for our excellent developmental and competitive team programs. We have had State Champions every year since Paragon opened. The higher competitive level gymnasts travel all over the country. The developmental groups are well-known in the Fredericksburg area for exciting exhibitions at various local functions.

Being on the team is by invite only with tryouts being in the Spring. The season starts in June and ends the following May and requires a year long commitment.
    For information on Paragon meets please visit our meet website HERE

Links for ALL Girls team info
    Team News-Champioships Results
    9.0 Club for the 2016/17 Season
    Gym Records (starting 2013)
    2017-2016 Girls Team Try Outs
    Parent Page
    Senior Page
    Paragon Parents Assoc Web Page
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Developmental Teams (Pre Competitive)

Our developmental team program is focused on identifying children with the physical and mental aptitudes for gymnastics as young as age 3. By concentrating on developing their strength, flexibility, and basic skills, the gymnasts are prepared for competitive level gymnastics by the time they reach ages 7-9. The developmental teams workout 2-6 hours per week, depending on their level.
Competitive Teams
Levels 3 thru Elite

As a member of USA Gymnastics, Paragon Gymnastics has teams at each of the competitive levels. The competitive level gymnasts train between 10 and 30 hours a week depending on their level. Levels 3 thru 5 are Compulsary and perform preset routines and Levels 6-10 are Optionals and perform individual routines.

For more information on the women's programs visit the USAG website HERE
USAG Xcel Program

The Xcel Program is designed to offer a broad-based, affordable competitive experience outside the traditional Jr. Olympic Program to attract and retain a diverse group of athletes.. It is considered part of USAG, it has its own State Meet and the routines are judged using the Level 8 execution guidelines.

For more information on the XCEL program visit the USAG website HERE